I first met Jeri at the Teen Author Carnival in May, where we sat on a panel together. She's as beautiful in person as she looks online. She an award-winning author, and lives in Maryland with her husband, two cats, and the world’s goofiest greyhound. Jeri's plans to save the earth were ruined when she realized she was more of a “problem maker” than a problem solver. To stay out of trouble, she keeps her Drama Drive strictly fictional. Her friends and family appreciate that. When not writing, Jeri she can usually be found—well, thinking about writing, or on Twitter. Like her characters, she loves music, movies, and staying up very, very late.
Here's the lowdown on SHADE:
Jeri's number reading and response:
Your compound vibration numbers are 17, 13 and 21.
*Thirteen* is a number indicating change of plans, direction or place.
It is a warning of the unexpected or the unknown, although the changes
can very well be positive. Some ancient writings claim, "He who
understands the number 13 will be given power and dominion".
Individuals with this vibration should take care, however – wrongly
used, the power can cause destruction to oneself.
Thirteen! I love that number, because I'm anti-superstitious (I also love black cats). When I hear "unexpected change and unknown," I get very excited. Fingers crossed it means a trip to Europe. ;-)
*Seventeen* is known as the Star of the Magi. It is a highly spiritual
number and indicates that the person it represents will rise with
superior spirit to the challenge of trials and difficulties early in
life. Seventeen is also considered the number of immortality and
indicates that the persons name will live after her.
Hmm, I don't remember huge trials and difficulties early on (I had a very happy childhood, although I did have a serious illness when I was 3). As for immortality, I would love it if people were still reading my books long after I've left this world. Or, you know, next year.
*Twenty-one* can be a number of advancement, honors, and general
success, but victory generally comes after long initiation and tests
Haha! Well, I've had eight books published over the course of ten years, and had many rejections along the way, so I think that counts as a long initiation. What do I win?
The number *three* indicates someone who is artistic, social,
Artistic? Check. Social? Check (anyone who follows me on Twitter knows). Friendly? Check.
friendly, and in some cases, wasteful. Threes tend to be creative,
sensitive, ambitious and intuitive.
Wasteful? Umm, okay, who's been looking in the vegetable drawer of my fridge?
You can read more about Jeri at jerismithready.com
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